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Gladys Brown Kern
Date of Death: September 23, 2010
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Gladys B. Kern Gladys Brown Kern, 84, of Winchester, Virginia, died Thursday, September 23, 2010 at a local nursing home. Mrs. Kern was born 1926, in Front Royal, Virginia, the daughter of the late Effie Brown and Lennis P. Brown. Gladys was an active member of the Braddock Street United Methodist Church and the Wesley …
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Jeni left a message on January 30, 2013:
Took - I am so sorry to learn that your mom died. Please know that I'm thinking of you all and love you very much. Jeni Williams
Helen left a message on January 30, 2013:
Dear Pam and family, I viewed the beautiful tribute to your Mom. You are Blessed to have had her in your life for so long..We Missed you today..But Know my heart and prayers are with you and your family as you say "See you later" to your Mother.. "Dear God, Thank you for all your many wonderful blessings, Keep us always in your care and Grant us the light of your hope..even in our darkest days.., Amen...
Dennis W left a message on January 30, 2013:
Pam.... Denny and I just wanted you and your family to know we felt so privileged and blessed to know your mother. I enjoyed being not just a friend, but enjoyed being her hairdresser for several years. She was a very sweet lady with a great sense of humor. Later, I often would run into her playing bridge at Westminster. We now live in Tennessee and are unable to be present for the funeral. We will keep you and our family in our prayers. Thanks for the blessings of Gladys and may God watch over you at this time. Susie and Denny Hibbard
liz left a message on January 30, 2013:
Pam, I remember your mother always laughing and a smile on her face. Plus driving those cool Ramblers with the push buttom gears to take us to dancing or somewhere! Tookie - the few times I have gone to church since I've been back to Winchester I was always impressed that you took your Mom every week. More than I was doing! Sincerely, liz butler
Jeni Williams left a message on September 25, 2010:
Took - I am so sorry to learn that your mom died. Please know that I'm thinking of you all and love you very much. Jeni Williams
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Helen Summers left a message on September 26, 2010:
Dear Pam and family, I viewed the beautiful tribute to your Mom. You are Blessed to have had her in your life for so long..We Missed you today..But Know my heart and prayers are with you and your family as you say "See you later" to your Mother.. "Dear God, Thank you for all your many wonderful blessings, Keep us always in your care and Grant us the light of your hope..even in our darkest days.., Amen...
Dennis W Hibbard left a message on September 26, 2010:
Pam.... Denny and I just wanted you and your family to know we felt so privileged and blessed to know your mother. I enjoyed being not just a friend, but enjoyed being her hairdresser for several years. She was a very sweet lady with a great sense of humor. Later, I often would run into her playing bridge at Westminster. We now live in Tennessee and are unable to be present for the funeral. We will keep you and our family in our prayers. Thanks for the blessings of Gladys and may God watch over you at this time. Susie and Denny Hibbard
Conroy Wilson left a message on September 27, 2010:
In honor of Gladys Brown Kern, Conroy Wilson lit a candle.
liz butler left a message on September 29, 2010:
Pam, I remember your mother always laughing and a smile on her face. Plus driving those cool Ramblers with the push buttom gears to take us to dancing or somewhere! Tookie - the few times I have gone to church since I've been back to Winchester I was always impressed that you took your Mom every week. More than I was doing! Sincerely, liz butler
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
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